Just a few hours for ribs that soak up the flavors of any ingredients cooked with them, and in this case it’s healthy bone broth. Fennel seed and vinegar make these particularly succulent.
Bone broth works as a base for cooking or to drink on its own. It’s delicious and good for you too, and with added Thai flavors, it’s even more interesting. Try this nutritious broth as a snack anytime.
Why is bone broth so good for you? A dietitian explains the health benefits from amino acids to potential gut healing, and provides a simple crock-pot recipe.
You can sip bone broth by the mugful, as a savory and very nutrient-dense drink. Or you can use this broth to replace chicken or beef broth in your cooking.
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